The PSA, squash's global professional body, and Tennis Channel announced a ground-breaking, long-term partnership that will vastly expand squash’s presence and visibility in the United States. Under the multi-year agreement, Tennis Channel will become the exclusive North American broadcast partner of the PSA, and show close to … Continue Reading ››
Nicol David (R) defeating Nour El Sherbini to win her third U.S. Open title in three years. (image: Steve Line/squashpics,com)
Today Nicol David surpassed one of the oldest … Continue Reading ››
The Delaware Investments U.S. Open venue in Philadelphia at Drexel University
The 2015 US Squash Skill Level Championships, crowning the best players in each skill level division from across the country and hosted … Continue Reading ››
Malaysian World No. 1 Nicol David (R) defeated Raneem El Weily on the Egyptian's home soil. (image: Steve Line/squashpics.com)
Report courtesy of the WSA. … Continue Reading ››
(image: Steve Line/squashpics.com)
Report courtesy of the PSA.
Egyptian Ramy Ashour, the 27-year-old appearing in his first competitive tournament since May's Allam British Open, defied all critics to claim his third World Championship crown, beating compatriot Mohamed Elshorbagy in a … Continue Reading ››
Anne Farrell (center) surrounded by her five children (Image: Justin Willet)
The first-annual Women in Sports Night was a tremendous success today at the 2014 Delaware Investments U.S. Open.
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The U.S. Squash Hall of Fame Class of 2013 was announced during the 2013 U.S. Open in the presence of other Hall of Famers. Pictured L-R: US Squash President & CEO Kevin Klipstein, Darwin P Kingsley, III ’01, Bob Callahan ’11, … Continue Reading ››
Rösner (R) and Momen (L) in round of sixteen match U.S. Open 2013 (Image: Steve Cubbins/squashsite.co.uk)
Gigantically tall and often dressed in red, Simon Rösner, world No. 12 and eighth … Continue Reading ››